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9781409417927

Christ's Resurrection in Early Christianity: and the Making of the New Testament

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  • ISBN13:

    9781409417927

  • ISBN10:

    1409417921

  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2011-08-28
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Why is the Resurrection of Christ so remote, almost non-existent in many early Christian writings of the first 140 years of Christianity? This is the first Patristic book to focus on the development of the belief in the Resurrection of Christ through the first centuries A.D. By Paul, Christ's Resurrection is regarded as the basis of Christian hope. In the fourth century it becomes a central Christian tenet. Today, it is even seen as the kick-start of the movement after Jesus' death on the cross. But what about the discrepancy in the first three centuries? This thought provoking book explores this core topic in Christian culture and theology. Taking a broad approach - including iconography, archaeology, history, philosophy, Jewish Studies and theology - Markus Vinzent offers innovative reading of well known texts complemented by rarely discussed evidence.Christ's Resurrection in Early Christianity, takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the wilderness of unorthodox perspectives in the breadth of early Christian writings. It is an eye-opening experience with insights into the craftsmanship of early Christianity, the earliest existential debates about life and death, death and life. They all centred on the cross, on suffering, enduring and sacrifice.

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